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PKO BANK POLSKI S.A. ZY 1 (P9O.BE)

Berlin - Berlin Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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9.32-0.06 (-0.64%)
At close: 8:04AM CET
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Previous Close9.38
Open9.32
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range9.32 - 9.32
52 Week Range9.32 - 10.94
Volume30
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